The BBC Get Inspired Active Academy in Glasgow Read full article on The BBC Get Inspired Active Academy in Glasgow
Hundreds of young people are being invited to take part in an inspirational sporting event in the week the BBC Sports Personality of the Year rolls into Glasgow.
The middle-aged champion gymnast Read full article on The middle-aged champion gymnast
In a meteoric and unexpected rise from the comfort of my sofa, I have somehow become a Scottish gymnastics champion.
Disability 'no barrier' to climbing Read full article on Disability 'no barrier' to climbing
Scotland's first paraclimb competition showcases some of the UK's best disability rock climbers as well as offering taster sessions.
How exercise can be as effective as antidepressants Read full article on How exercise can be as effective as antidepressants
Stimulate your senses through outdoor activities and improve your mental health
Time to dust off your trainers? Read full article on Time to dust off your trainers?
Dancing, Karate and squash - the choices of three 16 and 17-year-olds who made that first step and tried something new.
Can the Ryder Cup help revive golf? Read full article on Can the Ryder Cup help revive golf?
With the Ryder Cup in Scotland and a Scot on the European team, could the country's golfing landscape be changing?
The next generation of table tennis Read full article on The next generation of table tennis
Youngster's at Glasgow's Drumchapel sports centre show off their Table Tennis skills
My 'incredible' handball journey Read full article on My 'incredible' handball journey
A school trip to watch an event at the London Olympics prompted a teacher, no recent experience of sport, to become a handball coach.
Stuck on you: The Duct Tape Surfer Read full article on Stuck on you: The Duct Tape Surfer
A short film to be shown in Scotland later this month tells of a paraplegic who goes surfing while taped to the back of her son's friend.
International Hockey star turns to coaching shinty Read full article on International Hockey star turns to coaching shinty
Former Scotland hockey international athlete, Jackie Douglas, coaches shinty to the youngsters of Kincraig
Inverclyde taps into Games legacy Read full article on Inverclyde taps into Games legacy
BBC Sport Scotland takes a look at how one part of Scotland is providing a sporting legacy for its youngsters.
The benefits of trapeze therapy on mind & body Read full article on The benefits of trapeze therapy on mind & body
Swinging through the air on a rope might seem the last thing you would want to do if you were feeling down but trapeze therapy can benefit mind and body
Parents' joy as 13-year-old wins bronze Read full article on Parents' joy as 13-year-old wins bronze
The parents of 13-year-old swimmer Erraid Davies speak of their pride after her Commonwealth Games bronze.
Play 'boosts children's development' Read full article on Play 'boosts children's development'
Play helps boost children's language development, problem solving, risk management and independent learning skills, a study reaffirms.
Judo bronze 'perfect' for Buchanan Read full article on Judo bronze 'perfect' for Buchanan
Father of three John Buchanan took a decade off from competitive judo and returned to win Commonwealth bronze.
How To Think About Exercise Read full article on How To Think About Exercise
Philosopher & author Damon Young gives us tips on how to get active "intelligently" in this BBC 6Music epiphany
Judo saved me from drink, says marine Read full article on Judo saved me from drink, says marine
Gold medallist Chris Sherrington reveals judo helped him conquer stress and alcohol problems after military service in Iraq.
Team Scotland's Bolshoi ballet coach Read full article on Team Scotland's Bolshoi ballet coach
Former Bolshoi ballet dancer Misha Botting on growing up behind the iron Curtain and how it has coloured his work with Scotland's top athletes.
Which activity fits into your lifestyle? Read full article on Which activity fits into your lifestyle?
Seven people prove that age, fitness and experience do not need to be a barrier to getting back into sport
Champion gymnast: Ribbon to rope Read full article on Champion gymnast: Ribbon to rope
Twenty years ago Jo Walker became the first Scottish gymnast to win a medal at the Commonwealth games. She now lives, works and rock climbs in Cape Town.
Children's swim campaign launched Read full article on Children's swim campaign launched
Scotland's Commonwealth Games swimmers join school children to launch the campaign #everychildcanswim.
Getting involved, getting inspired? Read full article on Getting involved, getting inspired?
A number of Scots with various roles linked to the Commonwealth Games describe their expectations for the event.